Today: 15.May.2021

Zbigniew Jaworowski, member of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change: Despite billions of dollars and millions of propaganda headlines, the global warming prophesied by the climate modelling industry is not scientifically real. Environmental daydreamers try to make it seem axiomatic that imaginary dangers of this warming should be remedied without waiting for proof. In fact, they ask that the scientific uncertainty should become a basis for worldwide regulation, which may enormously burden the people of the world, especially in developing countries.

Published in Poland

Zbigniew Jaworowski, member of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change: The concern at the top about "climate change" is not genuine, and there are hidden motives behind the global warming hysteria. .. .. Not man, but nature rules the climate. The Kyoto Protocol and the IPCC reports may surely make a lot of noise and cause enormous harm for the global economy and for the well-being of billions of people. But they can do nothing for the climate.

Published in Poland

Zbigniew Jaworowski, member of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change: Q: Does anyone have enough courage to just throw into the trash the plans for draconian restrictions on CO2 emissions? A: In the 1960s, a report was created to present a forecast for world development. They looked at the coming period of peace, in which there would be no great war. The group report proposed substitutes for war. One was to create a “fictitious enemy of the world” and have it be a matter of climate. The proposal became criminal in nature.

Published in Poland

The American Interest: Germany’s much-ballyhooed green energy transition—its energiewende—has run up quite a tab, and policymakers are having trouble figuring out who is actually going to pay for the policies. In an attempt to kick-start fledgling renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, Berlin guaranteed producers locked-in, long-term, above-market rates called feed-in tariffs. To their credit, this plan of pushing technologies of dubious merit at any cost worked, perhaps too well

Published in Germany